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America Indivisible’s curriculum on Civic Inclusion was made possible thanks to the generous support from the Faith in/and Democracy Fund, a project of Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (PACE).

Virtues in the Public Square, in partnership with the Religious Freedom Institute, was made possible thanks to the generous support from the Fetzer Institute.

Rodney & Beverley Hawes Family Foundation

We are grateful for the generous support from the Rodney and Beverley Hawes Family Foundation.

The LEAR curriculum, “Liberty & Equality in American Religion,” was made possible thanks to the generous support from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation.

Utah 3Rs Projects courses on civil dialogue and the Framers’ Debates on Religion was made possible by funding from Utah Humanities.

The Beth and Ravenel Curry Foundation

We are grateful for the generous support from the Beth and Ravenel Curry Foundation.

Interfaith Youth Core’s video series on interfaith leadership was made possible thanks to a generous funding from the Henry Luce Foundation